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Rob Brandreth-Gibbs

Rob Brandreth-Gibbs
Bravo Zulu Productions
Member Since:
February 8th 2002
348 Posts
100 posts
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Vancouver, BC, Canada
Trouble with SVG export to CAD
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 5 years ago
I'm attempting to export an svg file to an entry-level online CAD program called Tinkercad without success. The original artwork was a simple b&w logo built in PS and pasted into Ai. Used the Image Tr
Re: Trouble with SVG export to CAD
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 5 years ago
Have to laugh a bit. Though I was successful as above, it wasn't clear afterwards exactly what I had done to make it work. There was a bit of random scrambling with buttons. My steps were: 1. Build in
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Does the Pope edit?
by Bill Davis 6 years ago
Obviously not... But I was reading an excerpted interview with him this morning and this exchange stuck with me. "Nuns working in hospitals took care of Francis when he lost most of one lung to an inf
Re: Does the Pope edit?
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 6 years ago
A lads-and-I-in-Burma story: In the time of dinosaurs when 3 4" news cameras were two parts requiring an assistant to pack along the umbilicalled recorder, my TV station had a policy of sending editor
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cc and the big enterprises
by Ricardo Marty 6 years ago
I wonder if outfits like CNN,BBC,Hearst and other big players will embrace cc as some smaller players have . They have the cash but will they want their content potentially locked by an outside compan
Re: cc and the big enterprises
by Jim Wiseman 6 years ago
News operations often need to open old projects. Historic stories are often topical. Can't see them wanting to lock in to software that could disappear. Adobe is mortal, after all. Jim Wiseman Sony PM
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I've got Adobe CC and some notes about it
by Nevin Styre 6 years ago
I'm still downloading a few apps but I'll put down what I have initially noticed. 1. CC apps are not installed over CS6 apps, CS6 remains on your disk and is still usable. 2. Premiere Pro CC and Adobe
Re: I've got Adobe CC and some notes about it
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 6 years ago
Interesting, Pr CC seems to be a .52 GB smaller install than CS6, unless running Pr CS6 somehow inflated it. RBG Rob Brandreth-Gibbs Bravo Zulu Productions Vancouver, Canada
Should I edit MTS files directly using Adobe Premiere or convert to h264 format?
by Eddie Rodriguez 8 years ago
Hi, I am a newbie and I am learning how to edit files and make movies using Adobe Premiere CS5. I have some footage recorded using Sony's HDR-AX2000 and the files are compressed using MTS. I know I ca
Re: Should I edit MTS files directly using Adobe Premiere or convert to h264 format?
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 8 years ago
Oh, I hope that's not the way it works. Over the last few years, I have collected a "ton" of .mts files copied across from SD cards to hard drive folders with the intention of editing in PrP some day.
Where we are: No need for debate
by Ben Holmes 8 years ago
Hi all! I've been maintaining (mostly) a silence on this issue, as I've been busy editing, and haven't had time to give the options a fair shake. Now that I (kind of) have done, I can't see the proble
Re: Where we are: No need for debate
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 8 years ago
You have to admit it's a pretty audacious thing for Apple to just ignore our client's needs and mandatory requirements in Apple's pursuit of what they believe we must use. RBG Rob Brandreth-Gibbs Brav
Enter the Ninja
by John Frey 8 years ago
Enter the Ninja http: www.atomos.com John D. Frey 25 Year owner operator of two California-based production studios. Digital West Video Productions of San Luis Obispo and Inland Images of Lake Elsinor
Re: Enter the Ninja
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 8 years ago
The Panasonic GH2 does have clean HDMI out except it is reported to be exactly 1080i 60 f s. RBG Rob Brandreth-Gibbs Bravo Zulu Productions Vancouver, Canada
Ethics of "Hiring" Unpaid Production Assistants
by Steve Crow 9 years ago
I wanted to gather some opinions on the ethics of working with unpaid production assistants. In my case, I normally shoot as a one man band but I find that it is far too easy to overlook simple things
Re: Ethics of "Hiring" Unpaid Production Assistants
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 9 years ago
A kid can work damn hard at film school... and then have to pay $10K! Say what Why is that Then I wonder what the relationship would have to be and what the "student" might receive in return if tuitio
Petition to Save a Video Institution
by AccountClosed 12 years ago
Hello All A video industry institution is facing a dire end. Dick Reizner's "Tips to Clip" column is being canceled. Apparently, Videography's management felt it "wasn't cutting edge enough." This mov
Re: Petition to Save a Video Institution
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 11 years ago
I agree that tip retreading is an important service for all the new-comers to the industry. They shouldn't have to root through old editions, and Dick's columns don't exist just to entertain and infor
Walter Murch to appear at FCPUG SuperMeet at NAB
by Michael Horton 12 years ago
Legendary film and sound editor Walter Murch will appear as a guest at the 6th Annual FCPUG NAB SuperMeet at NAB, April 18 at the Venetian Hotel. Tickets are going fast, so if you are going, buy them
Re: Walter Murch to appear at FCPUG SuperMeet at NAB
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 12 years ago
Think old-time gospel revival meeting meets Monty Hall's "Let's Make A Deal. A lot of goofy fun. Food. Swag. Buy plenty of raffle tickets. Get there early & stake out a seat. RBG
What To Do About Old Active Content
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 13 years ago
Hi y'all. I'm sure this has been dealt with before but maybe I could beg a little advice or a link anyway. I've known about IE's active content squelch for quite a while but only when my ISP accidentl
Re: What To Do About Old Active Content
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 13 years ago
That's very kind of you to offer. Give me about three days to get the whole thing online again and I'll post a note here. I really didn't think a rollover would not function. Maybe things will be diff
Homemade P2 card?
by Chris Baldwin 14 years ago
So does anyone know if this PC card adapter will work as a Compact flash Card apdater to use as a P2 http: www.sandisk.com retail ultra-pca.asp and if so... Samsung is thought to be releasing a 16 gig
Re: Homemade P2 card?
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 14 years ago
At this year's NAB, I was intrigued enough about this idea to seek out a few "big wigs" at the Panasonic "booth" and ask them directly if a 2.5 or 3.5 inch PCMCIA hard drive could be directly connecte
Can You Edit Directly From A P2?
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 14 years ago
I wonder if it is possible to edit directly from a P2 card when it is inserted into a computer's pcmcia slot I would think yes. P2 is capable of 640Mbps transfer speed. I thought my scsi HD RAID trans
Re: Can You Edit Directly From A P2?
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 14 years ago
I swear I'm going to confuse that little gem forever. You're absolutely right. RBG (I need a blush emoticon.)
Shirt NABbed
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 14 years ago
My thanks to all the COWpokes at the NAB booth. (And what a booth... champagne, back massages, hot tub... I had no idea.) I managed to score both a T-shirt and a bottle of Bovine Bessie's Caribbean St
Re: Shirt NABbed
by Ronald Lindeboom 14 years ago
Wow! -- massages, a spa and champagne #@! Now I know why Kathlyn and Barend would never let Alan Bell or me up to the second floor of the booth. They kept us down on the ground floor level where we we
COW Articles: NAB Preview What to See, Where to Go, How to Survive!
by COW Articles 14 years ago
NAB Preview: What to See, Where to Go, How to Survive!NAB 2005 shows every sign of being, once again, in the boom years. Every indication from accommodation bookings to event attendance suggests that
Re: COW Articles: NAB Preview What to See, Where to Go, How to Survive!
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 14 years ago
Since I've set up tent around here, let me add that I found Philip's article very useful at NAB, saving me a heck of a lot of time running around in circles. Thanks, muchly for it. RBG
I'm excited about P2, or maybe not, yes I am, or I don't know.........
by Ed Dooley 14 years ago
I've been following P2 threads closely even though I'm not as interested in P2 as I am in HD rather than HDV. It seems I can't have one (HD) without the other (P2), at such a low pricepoint. I underst
Re: I'm excited about P2, or maybe not, yes I am, or I don't know.........
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 14 years ago
"So, gig for gig, when it comes to HD footage, hard drives will actually wind up being cheaper than HD tape" Doesn't that seem intuitively insane given tape & plastic vs sealed mechanical platters, mo
What Form Will The Camera Original-to-Client Take?
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 14 years ago
How will the P2 be archived If a client is looking to employ for a shoot, what do you suppose they will accept as their camera original It won't be expensive P2s of course. Might it be data on large I
Re: What Form Will The Camera Original-to-Client Take?
by Rob Brandreth-Gibbs 14 years ago
Forgive my ignorance, but are there 2.5 inch PCMCIA drives (that might fit into the P2 camera slot) RBG
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